Kit Harrington, 32, who stars in the HBO fantasy drama Game of Thrones, has discussed how he feels about series eight coming to an end before divulging all on a new venture. Speaking about the show’s final season, the Jon Snow actor admitted it will always come second to the most important job for him as he addressed becoming a father. Speaking to InStyle magazine, he said: “The most important job I’ll ever have is about to finish. Well, not the most. Hopefully, I’ll be a father.” Kit met his wife Rose Leslie, 32, when they played on-screen lovers in Game of Thrones as his character Jon fell in love with Ygritte before she was killed off in season three.

But the British heartthrob admitted he doesn’t think he’ll be able to work opposite Rose again because it would be “hard work”.

He spilled: “I think almost the worst thing about falling in love with Rose and marrying her is that it’s going to be very hard to work with her again.

“Working opposite her was one of the highlights of my life and career.”

He continued: “I don’t know when, if ever, I’m going to get to do that again, because we’re married now, and it’s hard to work opposite your wife.”

Kit and Rose announced their engagement in September 2017 and went on to tie the knot last summer.

The British actress first made her debut on Game of Thrones in 2012.

MS can cause a wide range of symptoms including fatigue, vision problems, muscle spasms and muscoskeletal problems, according to the NHS website.

The pair are offering fans the opportunity to have dinner with the two of them at a private members club in London.

The lucky winner will also get to bring along five of their friends to join them.

Other prizes include a personal shopping trip with former Vogue Editor Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey, a two hour golf lesson and lunch with sporting legend Tony Johnstone and tickets to the men’s and women’s Wimbledon finals.

The auction will close later this month, with the winners being announced at a celebrity quiz event SMS Battles.

Game of Thrones season 8 airs on HBO in the US on Sundays at 9pm ET and on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV in the UK on Mondays at 2am and 9pm BST.